Remove discriminatory laws

Ending AIDS by 2030 is a noble vision that cannot be achieved without ending HIV related stigma and discrimination. Today, discrimination continues to affect the lives of millions of people globally, including HIV related discrimination against people living with HIV, key populations at higher risk of HIV and other marginalised groups. It is the moral and legal obligation of states under the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, human rights treaties, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and other international obligations to remove discriminatory laws, and to enact laws that protect people from discrimination.

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